Community of Practice for developing higher education pedagogies based on Inclusive Student-Centred Teaching Practices (i-SCP). We aim at mapping participants’ experiences, competences, and pedagogical needs, and evaluating faculty development processes which foster inclusion within a learning-centered environment so that we can design follow up interventions that meet recurring needs.
Inclusive student-centred pedagogies (I-SCP) in higher education are defined as the proactive and intentional teaching and learning activities, course design, curricula and assessment which foster equity during carefully designed learner-centred opportunities for student engagement, self-awareness, self-regulation, and learner autonomy for all stakeholders in higher education (Katsampoxaki-Hodgetts, 2022).
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We welcome Academics with a vested interest in Inclusive Student-centred pedagogies (ISCP) to discuss their views on inclusion, share potential setbacks or barriers in ISCP implementation in their context or suggest successful practices. Sharing our reflections openly will strengthen our community of practice and empower us to develop in this area.
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